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1958 - Remote Control Space Dog by Yoshiya, + others


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#1 Joe K.

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 01:27 AM

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Here's the undated catalog cover:
MK 1958 Cover.jpg

The date appears on this inside cover letter page:
MK 1958 Letter.jpg
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Edited by Joe K., 23 November 2011 - 06:18 PM.

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 01:28 AM

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Interplanetary Space Ship Kite by ???
I.C.B.M. Satellite Missile Launcher by Remco (see Database)
Alpha-1 Ballistic Missile and Launcher by Scientific Products Co. (see Collecting The Space Race, page 69) already Timeline dated to 1958
Jupiter Satellite Launcher by ???
Atlas ICBM model kit by ???
Water-powered Two-Stage Rocket probably by Park Plastics
Missile Firing Launcher by ???
Vanguard Satellite model kit by Hawk
Flying Satellite by ???
MK 1958 Pg 61.jpg

Rocket Launching Truck by Ideal (see Database)
ICBM Launching Station by ???
Outer Space Balloons by ???
MK 1958 Pg 60.jpg
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Edited by Joe K., 24 November 2011 - 02:10 PM.

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 01:43 AM

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Atomic Air Gun by Aids Inc. NEW to the Timeline. See this thread:

http://danefield.com...atomic-air-gun/

Smoke Ring Gun by Nu-Age Products Co., already Timeline dated to 1958.
MK 1958 Pg 53.jpg

Manned Satellite Pin by ???
MK 1958 Pg 19A.jpg

Glow-nik Earth Satellite by ???
MK 1958 Pg 19B.jpg

Quinn: "But here's the big deal, Sir. I'll bet any Quantum Mechanic in the Service would give the rest of his life to fool around with this gadget."
Adams: "Well, you better get this in the ship by dark. Won't do any good to have some fool leave batteries in that control box and have them leak."
Remote Control Space Dog by Yoshiya. (see Database) NEW to the Timeline.
MK 1958 Pg 17.jpg
If I'm not mistaken, the only other Yoshiya Space Dog sighting, so far, was in this 1959 Guarantee Auto Supply Stores Christmas catalog. It's the Sparkling Space Dog variation:

http://danefield.com...t-game-revised/

Thanks, again, Randy for posting these catalog pages!
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Edited by Joe K., 24 November 2011 - 02:30 PM.

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